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Kellita Whisnant wiped away tears during a prayer service in Robbinsdale on Sunday. The Ebola outbreak feels close for many Minnesota families.
3 hrs ago | TwinCities
Opponents of a nearly $2 billion Red River flood control project that would mostly benefit North Dakota's largest city, Fargo, have enlisted the support of two powerful allies, including Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton. Dayton and another Minnesota Democrat, state Rep. Paul Marquart, have thrown their lot in with upstream residents who are unhappy that the diversion plans call for a holding area that would flood farmland, buildings and cemeteries in times when the channel is needed to protect 200,000 residents in the Fargo and Moorhead, Minnesota area.
5 hrs ago | Star Tribune
Hotel developers Minesh Patel, left, and Harshal Patel have acquired the foreclosed Federal Plaza for $1 million and plan to convert it to a 40-plus room boutique hotel. Federal Plaza is a century-old building in downtown Minneapolis.
10 hrs ago | CBS Local
Bursting at the seams, executives at surgical device maker Cardiovascular Systems Inc. knew they needed to double their physical space and double their workforce. The big question was where.
14 hrs ago | Valley News Live
"Can my dog meet your dog?" the other shopper asked. "No, sir," she said. "This is a service dog."
17 hrs ago | CBS Local
With so much at stake for Peterson, a local defense attorney, who is not affiliated with this case, weighed in on how the prosecution and defense will move forward. When a grand jury indicted Adrian Peterson on charges of child abuse, corporal punishment also became a key factor in the case.
Large, newly built homes throughout Minnesota will come with an added feature next year - whether their owners want it or not. A state mandate requiring indoor sprinklers in new homes 4,500 square feet and larger goes into effect in January.
To counter ISIL tactics, we need “to engage with the local community,” said U.S. Rep Keith Ellison. Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison, who represents a sizable Muslim community in his Minneapolis district, has a message for Obama administration officials: Work with the locals during this time of unrest in the Middle East.
A BNSF train waits on the tracks in Becker, Minn. The government is monitoring the operations of BNSF Railway and Canadian Pacific, the main rail carriers in the area.
A Lakefield woman and Iraq war veteran was honored Thursday as one of 30 Minnesota recipients of the Veterans Voices award. The award, established in 2013, recognizes military personnel and veterans who have served their country honorably, are thriving and making extraordinary contributions to their communities across the state.
This decision hurts campaign is the only one benefiting from this decision as the liberal extremists come forward to thank him and line his campaign coffers. should be ashamed of his administration and demand that this project move forward for the benefit of all Minnesotans."
Your Turn: Minnesota needs to be welcoming to veterans State's tax laws should be changed so it's a more enticing Check out this story on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/opinion/2014/09/12/turn-minnesota-needs-welcoming-veterans/15547291/ Retirees across the nation know every penny counts when you are living on a fixed income. In Minnesota, retirees also are learning fast that making their dollars stretch further is getting harder to do these days.
Contaminated rain water in tanks awaits what to do with it, at the former Superior Plating site. Photo by Mike Madison.
The vision dates to James J. Hill in the 1800s but took hold in the late 20th century with trade deals and cultural and student exchanges. Vice President Walter Mondale and Chinese Vice premier Deng Xiaoping exchanged cultural and hydroelectric agreements after a signing ceremony in Beijing on Aug. 28, 1979.
Cover the plants, frost possible in Central Minnesota Frost advisory is in place from 3-8 a.m. Saturday Check out this story on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/news/local/2014/09/12/cover-plants-frost-possible-central-minnesota/15526245/ It includes Stearns, Benton, Sherburne, Todd, Morrison and Wright counties. A frost advisory means that frost is possible and sensitive outdoor plants might be killed if left uncovered.
Hospitals in the Twin Cities say they've been unusually busy treating children with severe respiratory problems that match the symptoms of an uncommon virus that's sickened children in at least a dozen Midwest states. The Minnesota Department of Health says it still has not confirmed the presence of enterovirus 68 in the state.
The Minnesota State Patrol says the crash happened between a 2013 Chevrolet Silverado, a 2001 BMW Z3 and a third vehicle around 5:48 a.m. on eastbound Highway 97 and Iden Avenue. Those involved were 28-year-old Jesse Stewart, 20-year-old Andrew Peterson, and Matthew Radloff, age unknown.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 07:04 pm
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